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If I want to do more hospital work during the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program, either as my first training year or later during my training, how do I arrange my hospital job?

You will need to arrange your own hospital work. Your regional training organisation (RTO) can give advice but cannot organise placements.

You will need to either apply through the Queensland Health medical recruitment campaigns or directly to the accredited, approved hospitals in your training region.

You should check with your regional training organisation (RTO) that the hospital and disciplines in which you wish to work are suitable to be able to count towards your AGPT training requirements.

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